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With conviction, I thwaped that quesadilla cheese-side down onto my cast iron skillet, set at a medium heat.
From a Thai full moon party to exploring Cambodia's Angkor Wat, British stand-up comedian Jack Whitehall journeys all across Southeast Asia with his father, Michael — and their unscripted interactions are priceless. This four-episode season takes the Fab Five to Japan where they transform the lives of four locals (aka "heroes") despite the language barrier. This two-season series tackles tough issues in a comedic light, with the Southern city of Atlanta as the backdrop. And with quirky animations, vibrant food shots, and lovable guest stars (like Aziz Ansari), it's super comforting to watch.
This time you're heading into some of the world's best street food markets.
In a time when people are social distancing, it's refreshing to see that we're more connected than we think. Discover unique things to do, places to eat, and sights to see in the best destinations around the world with Bring Me! Home Cook de Enrique Olvera. Watching Earn, Paper Boi, and Darius chow down at Cameli's Pizza, J.R. Watching famous chefs overcome personal and professional hurdles, against a backdrop of stunning scenery and mind-blowing eats?
Chang and Seth Rogan eating through a bad case of the munchies in Vancouver, for example, is just what we need to see right now.
I can’t stand flour tortillas, so I opted for ones made from white corn. Thanks for contacting us.
(Which Issa Rae actually tried to do IRL). Stalk tweets of Phil Rosenthal @PhilRosenthal on Twitter.
But I only found Manchego at my supermarket, another Mexican melting cheese ideal for quesadillas. Manchego doesn’t pull apart quite like Oaxacan. Who said it was gonna look pretty? I’m on the record as a fan of Somebody Feed Phil, the Netflix travel food series from Everybody Loves Raymond creator-turned-professional wanderlust Phil Rosenthal. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Osteria Francescana has also been featured in the Netflix series Master of None and Somebody Feed Phil. Watching architect Piers Taylor and actress Caroline Quentin tour unbelievable architectural wonders in all kinds of dreamy environments is the ultimate escape. Watching Abbi and Illana, two broke twenty-somethings, navigate life in NYC on a budget is equally hilarious as it is inspirational. On the side, all my cast irons have been well polished and smoothed out with a flap metal polishing disc on my drill and the corners were lightly finished with a wire wheel.
From drool-worthy eats and stunning scenery to in-depth cultural takes, these comforting shows will have you mentally jet-setting to another reality in no time. You'll find comfort knowing the island exists IRL (without any black smoke monsters) — it's the Hawaiian island of Oahu, and there's actually tours that visit all the filming locations.
We're still traveling around the world for food, but this time it's less about the learning and more about the guest star. This genre-defining docuseries takes us into the minds, kitchens, and communities of some of the world's most esteemed chefs — like Enrique Olvera of Pujol in Mexico City and René Redzepi of Noma in Copenhagen. Each drool-worthy episode hones in on a specific taco and the region where it's popular (like tacos al pastor in Mexico City and carnitas in the state of Michoacán). On the surface, this docuseries may seem like your average restaurant makeover show, but it's so much more.